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German Immigrant Ancestors
in Syracuse and Onondaga County, New York

Easter Postcards from the
Elleanor "Nellie" Roberts Kreischer LaClair collection
circa 1907-1920's



Easter postcard 1909
postmarked and dated February 1909
Series 189


Easter postcard 1910
"All Easter Joys"
postmarked March 1910
E. Series 31-39


Easter postcard 1910
dated 1910
embossed postcard, printed in Germany


Easter postcard 1911
"Every Easter Joy Be Thine"
embossed postcard, postmarked April 1911
2178, Printed in Germany


Easter postcard 1911
"Easter Greetings" postmarked April 1911
Serie 1520a, embossed postcard, printed in Germany


Easter postcard 1911
"Easter Blessings Be Thine"
postmarked March 31, 1911


Easter postcard 1911

postmarked April 1911
3571, Made in Germany


Easter postcard 1911

postmarked and dated April 8, 1911
J.B. & Co., Series 4025, Printed in Germany


Easter postcard 1911

postmarked April 15, 1911


Easter postcard 1914

postmarked and dated April 1914


Easter postcard c. 1918

"Die besten Ostergrüsse" ("Best Easter Greetings")
postmarked March 27, 19-??, Third Army, A.P.O. "Soldier Mail"

to Nellie from John Lipke, 39th Inf. Co. M, Weibern[?], Germany
her neighbor in North Syracuse, he was a German-born naturalized U.S. citizen
fighting for his adopted country in Germany in WWI--
and the brother of her future son-in-law.


Easter postcard, date unknown (c. 1907-1910?)

"Easter Greetings" (circa 1907-1910?)
Made in Germany


Easter postcard, date unknown (c. 1912-1920?)

Circa 1912-1920


Easter postcard, date unknown (c. 1912-1920?)

Circa 1912-1920


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